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This hike started at the crack of dawn and went on and on for 8.5 hours. We started out with two local guides, one was from the National Park and brought his rifle in case of forest elephants. That is a recurring theme for all hikes in this area.
Explore Tours description from brochure:
"After an early breakfast head to Kazingo where you start the hike at 7:30am (Packed lunch). Climb Karangora Peak at 1500m, following the Mpanga ...
We have come to know Moses over the past 10 days and admire both his passion for his guiding work and for his country.Here are a couple of details about his life.
Moses grew up in a small poor village typical of most in his country
He was the youngest of ten children
... our tent to a lovely wooden cabin with en suite, very posh (well posher than a tent) We had dinner and then headed back out to find hunting lions with Robert again. Well when we got to the guide pick up point, Robert was no where to be seen so William (our driver) rang him to see where he was. Where was he? He was far away at the pub getting hammered on the 20,000 ush that we had given him. I bet he thought it was his lucky day. It was so funny we couldn't stop laughing. ...
... flip. One stood up and walked a few feet but plopped down again. It was very hot and usually that is the reason the lions head up into the trees but we waited a long time and there was no movement so we headed back to our camp. I would not recommend taking the time or spending the money to do this because it is so hit and miss. Many people travel from QENP to Bwindi and if that is the direction you are going, you can take in Ishasha along the way.
... really interesting to see how the other males kowtowed to him. They would approach him and make a low hooting sound which communicated to him that they recognized his superiority to them. He would grunt and that was their cue that they were ok to hang around. Interestingly, the females did not display this behavior; they simply came and went as they chose.
We had one female in the group who was in heat and making a display of it to ...